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New show for Mini and Metro fans

Published 21 April 2016

A new show has been launched for fans of both old and new Minis and Metros. The National Metro and Mini show will be held at the British Motor Museum on Sunday, 5 June.

Highlights will include a car gymkhana, a concours, a non-cours (with classes such as best non-functioning accessory, biggest rust patch, and worst interior), a 20th anniversary display for the Cooper 35LE, a friends and relations display and much more.

Tom Caren, the museum’s show manager, said, ‘We’re really excited about staging a brand new show for those that love Mini’s and Metro’s no matter what their age or condition.’

He added, ‘The show aims to bring both iconic cars together in a fun way especially with our non-cours classes and will offer something a bit different for car enthusiasts.’

Tickets for the show cost £10 in advance or £14 on the day for adults, £6 in advance or £9 on the day for children, £10 in advance or £12 on the day for concessions and £39 on the day for a family.

A camping pass is available for the Saturday evening and costs £25 per pitch. Access is from 4pm on Saturday to 7pm on Sunday.

To find out more, visit the British Motor Museum website.

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